You know why Yoda lives in a swamp?
Yoda lives in a swamp so that he doesn’t have to waste
even the teensiest bit of the force cleaning it up.
How much time do we spend maintaining what we perceive
as an “order” that must be kept?
Is this really the most productive use of our limited time?
Vacuum must we?
Drawn together at the turn of the century by seven letters on a T-shirt, the artists, poets, mystics and marketeers of Cape Odd are a creative communityfounded on the principle that commerce and consciousness make strange bedfellows and that curiosity and compassion are the only two things that can save us. And comedy. Three things. And connection. Mostly words beginning with C.
Cape Odd is my artistical mystical sandbox and scrapbook, a mental construct that, much to my amazement and delight, becomes more “real” with every poem and post. Seems the deeper I dive into creativity and consciousness, the higher the sands of Cape Odd rise. And I thought I was just having fun with words, musical instruments and Photoshop. Odd, that.
This is where Cape Odd started back in 1999 — and the original design is still here today! Available through CafePress, “None More Black” is stylishly pricey, and one day might become super valuable. Like what if you were bleeding and needed a black tourniquet? Or a color-coordinated cloth to polish your black bicycle? Wave it in the air and experience the opposite of surrender! Order today!
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1 an odd man: strange, peculiar, weird, queer, funny, bizarre, abnormal, eccentric, unusual, unconventional, outlandish, quirky, zany; informal wacky, kooky, screwy, freaky, oddball, offbeat, off the wall, out there. ANTONYMS normal, conventional.
2 quite a few odd things had happened: strange, unusual, peculiar, funny, curious, bizarre, weird, uncanny, queer, outré, unexpected, unfamiliar, abnormal, atypical, anomalous, different, out of the ordinary, out of the way, exceptional, rare, extraordinary, remarkable, puzzling, mystifying, mysterious, perplexing, baffling, unaccountable, uncommon, irregular, singular, deviant, aberrant, freak, freakish; informal fishy, freaky. ANTONYMS ordinary, usual.
3 we have the odd drink together | he does odd jobs for friends: occasional, casual, irregular, isolated, random, sporadic, periodic; miscellaneous, various, varied, sundry. ANTONYMS regular, scheduled.
4 odd socks: mismatched, unmatched, unpaired; single, lone, solitary, extra, surplus, leftover, remaining.
5 when you’ve got an odd ten minutes, stop by my office: spare, free, available, unoccupied; between appointments, between engagements.
odd man out no matter what our group planned to do over school vacations, Cassidy was always odd man out: outsider, exception, oddity, nonconformist, maverick, individualist, misfit, fish out of water, square peg in a round hole.